by Dr. Larry Morris

A woman looking out of her kitchen window at her neighbor's laundry hanging on a backyard clothesline complained to her friend, "Just look at how streaked with dirt those clothes are.” He friend replied, "It isn't their laundry that is streaked and dirty, it's your window." What kind of window are we looking out of at our world? Are we looking out of a dirty window and judging the world around us as dirty? Are we seeing through a barred window and called the world a prison? Or are we seeing from a bright, clear, clean, transparent window the beauty and freedom of this life. William Blake said, "If the doors of perception were cleaned, everything would appear to man as it is—infinite." See clearly the radiant wonder of this life now.